Agent Behaviors That Make a Financial Difference
I’m often asked should I hire a coach?
Should I create or join a small group in my office?
What’s the value of these client events I hear about?
Should I hire an assistant?
So, I went on a mission to quantify a better answer. We surveyed agents across multiple states and found some interesting data:
What’s the value of coaching?
- Agents in a formal coaching program earned nearly 50% more than those not in a formal coaching program
What’s the value of being in a small group?
This result was a shocker for me, as I would not have predicted that the value of being in a small group was nearly as powerful as the coaching experience.
- Agents in a small accountability group earned nearly 42% more than those not in a small group experience.
What’s the value of a personal assistant?
- Agents who work with a personal assistant earned an average 92% more than those who do not.
What is the value of a written business and marketing plan?
- Agents with a written plan earned an average 35% more than those who do not.
What’s the value of using a CRM?
- Agents who did consistently use a CRM earned an average 44% more than those who do not.
What’s the value of using a follow-up?
- Four extra follow-ups are worth on average $80K; try doing that at scale without a CRM
- Self-reported, those who complete 1 follow up after a lead earn on average $49K
- Self-reported, those who complete 5 follows ups earn $130K
The more you follow up the more you earn. If you are not following up someone else is! Read that one a few time.
What’s the value of client events?
- Agents who did three or more client events per year earned an average 46% more than those who did not. Brian & Dermot Buffini would be pleased with this stat!
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